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Still Motion

by Shane Theriot

A soulful mix of catchy rhythmic guitar and tasty burning solos-imagine New orleans quirkiness meets New York sophistication
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Funk
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1. Big Wig
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2. Just Sco Away
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3. F Thing!
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4. Long Money
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5. Yerba Mate Blues
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6. Iridescence
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7. Mid City Ditty
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8. The Water Was Cool, Perfect
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9. Cut and Dried
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10. At the End of the Day
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Album Notes
Shane Theriot- (Terry-o) is a guitarist from New Orleans, LA. In addition to his funky soulful solo work, he is also a Grammy award- winning producer.
He currently serves as the Music Director and guitarist for Daryl Hall’s (Hall and Oates) widely acclaimed television show- “Live from Daryl’s House” on MTV Live and VH1 Classic where he can be seen and heard adding his own South Louisiana “spice” to an ongoing cast of musical giants.

This all- new recording of 10 original tunes is built around the trio format comprised of some of Shane’s favorite players and musical allies- Jim Keltner, (drum legend) Johnny Vidacovich (New Orleans icon) and Kirk Covington (Joe Zawinul, Tribal tech) on drums.
James Singleton (Professor Longhair) on upright bass, Chris Maresh (Eric Johnson) and Shane himself on electric bass.
There are also a few guest appearances- Leni Stern with a spoken word poem on the ballad “At the End of The Day” and Mike Dillion adds a touch of vibraphone on “451”.
Shane has also worked with a wide variety of artists including Dr. John, Boz Scaggs, Rickie Lee Jones, Jewel, Madeleine Peyroux, Beyonce, Aaron Neville, Idris Mohammed, Chris Squire and Alan White (YES), Allen Toussaint, Ben Folds, Sammy Hagar, Jon Cleary, Harry Connick Jr., and many others.


Mike Stern-Shane is one of my favorite guitar players, amazing feel!
and a great musician on top of that!

John Scofield- " Wow I really like Shane's new record! He's assembled some great musicians and written some really nice tunes- obviously he plays guitar very, very well!"

Daryl Hall- “Shane’s regional roots and natural musicality give him a
great sense of rock, soul, funk, and melody that makes him
a great fit for what we do- He has all of that, for sure!”

John Oates -“I first met Shane in New Orleans while cutting tracks for my Good Road to Follow album, and it took less than
half a song to realize I was playing with someone with a very high level of musicianship. As great players do, he always plays the right thing at the right moment. He can do it all– and very funky. What more could you want?”

Art Neville-(New Orleans legend- founder The Meters, The Neville Brothers)- Shane is one of the best!



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